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Oct 21, 2012 2:50am EDT
evening. governor dukakis, yours is the first closing statement, sir. >> 28 years ago, as a young man just graduated from law school, i came to this city, came clear across the country, to watch john kennedy be nominated for the presidency of the united states, right here in los angeles. i never dreamed that some day i would win that nomination and be my party's nominee for president. that's america. that's why i'm proud and grateful to be a citizen of this country. 26 days from today you and millions of americans will choose two people to lead us into the future as president and vice president of the united states. our opponents say, things are okay. don't rock the boat. not to worry. they say we should be satisfied. but i don't think we can be satisfied when we're spending $150 billion a year in interest alone on the national debt, much of it going to foreign bankers, or when 25% of our high school students are dropping out of school, or when we have 2.5 million of our fellow citizens, a third of them veterans, who are homeless and living on streets and in doorways in this country, when
Oct 20, 2012 7:00pm EDT
and held in kansas city. >> good evening from the kentucky center for the arts in louisville, kentucky. i'm dorothy ridings, president of the league of women voters, the sponsor of tonight's first presidential debate between republican ronald reagan and democrat walter mondale. our panelists are a syndicated columnist for universal press syndicate, the chief diplomatic correspondent for nbc news, the executive editor in the new republic magazine, and the diplomatic correspondent for the baltimore sun. now a syndicated columnist is our moderator. >> a brief word about our procedure tonight, the first question will go to mr. mondale and then the panel member who put the question will ask a follow-up. that will be limited to one minute. after that the same question will be put to president reagan and there will be a follow up and each man will have one minute for battle. the second question will go to president reagan and and the alternating will continue. then there will be four minutes summations. we have asked the question is to be brief. let's begin. your question to mr. mon
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